|| Fishermen in 1937 display a catch of large trout from Central Oregon's Diamond Lake. Located east of Roseburg in the Oregon Cascades, Diamond Lake has provided generations of anglers with a robust hatchery-fed fishery. It has management difficulties from time to time, but overall, it is very popular and prolific.|
Today's fish are generally smaller than these, but large fish are always present. The lake freezes-over during the winter. The Diamond Lake Lodge is nearby. Distinctive Mount Thielsen is in the background.
source: Oregon State Archives
Oregon Department of Transportation